The ERLC Podcast

Harvey Weinstein sentenced to prison, the coronavirus shuts down the U.S., and a conversation with Dr. Randy Davis

March 13, 2020

In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent talk about the coronavirus upending life all over the U.S., justice in the case of Harvey Weinstein, the results of Big Tuesday, and NASA’s new Mars rover Perseverance. Lindsay also gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including a piece from Courtney Reissig on parenting and work, Neal Hardin on LGBT issues at BYU, and Russell Moore’s article “Don’t Quarantine the Great Commission.” Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by Dr. Randy Davis for a brief conversation about life and ministry.

About Dr. Davis

Dr. Randy C. Davis became the executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board in 2010 after 34 years of pastoral ministry, serving churches in Mississippi and Tennessee. Davis is a graduate of William Carey College, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and Southern Baptist Center for Biblical Studies. Davis and wife, Jeanne, have two adult daughters, Wendy and Beth, and four grandchildren.

ERLC Content



  • Widespread alarm and misinformation, we recommend you follow live updates on Covid-19 from the Washington Post
  • Pulling out all the stops to stem the tide, churches, schools, and major events across the nation are delayed, cancelled, or moving online.
  • The NCAA has cancelled both the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, the NBA and NHL have suspended play, and the MLB has ceased operations and delayed opening day.


Politics & Culture

On the Lighter Side

  • Mars rover gets a new name — Perseverance
  • Spring football (may) begin soon for the  SEC


ERLC Mailbag

  • Q: Is it okay for a husband and wife to be celibate within marriage?

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